1. Beautiful by design
Vinyl siding has evolved from a practical choice to one of unmatched beauty. Homeowners can now choose from a wide range of beautiful colors, a variety of styles and realistic textures. Customizing your ideal exterior by mixing and matching is easier than ever.
Vinyl siding is as tough as it is beautiful. Fade-resistant finishes, scratch-resistant colors and a locking technology to keep panels tightly affixed make vinyl siding a smart choice in nearly any climate or condition. An equally durable warranty is usually offered to back a homeowner’s investment.
Vinyl siding is cost-effective to install, is designed to last, and makes a beautiful statement with a minimum of upkeep. Compared to wood siding, vinyl siding is virtually maintenance free, and that means more money in your pocket – no paint to buy, panels to replace, insects to fight, or pros to hire to do the work.
Love the look of wood siding? To keep it looking fresh, painting, scraping, replacing wood rot, and fighting insects is required. That takes time — and money. Even if you choose brick, stucco, fiber cement or another exterior product, you’ll pay to maintain it – or pay someone to do it for you. Vinyl siding is a smart alternative. Install it and forget it. The only maintenance need is to hose it off now and then if it becomes dirty. That’s as simple as it gets.
Depending on its R-value, vinyl siding may reduce your heating and cooling costs when properly installed. Pair your vinyl siding with new energy-efficient doors, windows, trim and ventilation, and you could reduce your bills even more. Your budget, and your HVAC, will thank you.
When you forgo painting, filling and caulking, fewer toxic chemicals are released into the environment. Just washing out a paintbrush creates waste. Choose vinyl siding, and you reduce your own carbon footprint. Take it further by going with a manufacturer who manufactures responsibly and uses eco-friendly packaging. And did you know many vinyl siding, door and window products are recognized by the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) as “green approved,” meaning they have been third party certified. Look for green-approved, eco-friendly, energy-efficient products when residing your home. It makes a difference.
Lap siding, is a traditional and popular choice for adding texture and visual interest to the exterior of a building
You can have full confidence that your project will be completed to the highest standards, our team members are certified by the Vinyl Siding Institute.